Download THE KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA FINANCE (AMENDMENT) ACT, 2018 — It shall come into force from the 1st day of November, 2018.
THE KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA FINANCE (AMENDMENT) ACT, 2018 — It shall come into force from the 1st day of November, 2018.
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THE KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA PUBLIC PROCUREMENT OF GOODS, WORKS AND SERVICES RULES, 2014 — These shall come into force at once. Bid means a technical proposal or a financial proposal or a technical and financial proposal submitted as a result of request for quotations, tender notice, request for proposal as the case may be. Contractor means a person, a firm, a company or an organization undertaking supply of goods, works or non-consulting services. Emergency shall refer to situation that poses an immediate risk of loss, or has caused loss, or has high probability of escalating to cause immediate danger to health, life, property or environment as covered under the National Disaster Management Act, 2010 (Act No. XXIV of 2010) and shall include natural calamities, disasters, accidents, war and breakdown of operational equipment, plant, machinery or engineering infrastructures, which may give rise to abnormal situation requiring prompt and immediate action to limit or avoid damage to health, life, property or the environment.November 4th, 2019 | 0 Comments
THE KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA CIVIL SERVANTS ACT, 1973 — This section and section 25, shall apply to persons employed on contract, or on work charged basis or who are paid from contingencies, and the remaining provisions of this Act including this section, shall apply to all civil servants wherever they may be. It shall come into force at once. Civil Servant‖ means a person who is member of a civil service of the Province, or who holds a civil post in connection with the affairs of the Province, but does not include a person who is on deputation to the Province from the Federation or any other Province or other authority, a person who is employed on contract, or on work-charged basis or who is paid from contingences; or a person who is ―worker‖ or ―workman‖ as defined in the Factories Act, 1934 (Act XXV of 1934), or the Workman’s Compensation Act, 1923 (Act VIII of 1923).October 10th, 2019 | 0 Comments
THE KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA MINIMUM WAGES ACT, 2013 — It shall extend to the whole of the Province of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. It shall apply to all industrial establishments and commercial establishments in the Province of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. It shall come into force at once. Minimum Wages means minimum rates of wages announced, declared, adopted or notified by Government from time to time which shall include the basic pay and statutory allowances i.e. Cost of Living Allowance, Dearness Allowance and Adhoc Relief. Unskilled Worker means a worker employed to do unskilled labour or a person employed against a job or to perform duties which do not need any practical training or related theoretical instructions for attaining the laid down standards of skill and proficiency.October 4th, 2019 | 0 Comments
THE INITIAL APPOINTMENT TO CIVIL POSTS (RELAXATION OF UPPER AGE LIMIT) RULES, 2008 — These shall come into force with immediate effect. The age relaxation under category (iii) specified in rule 3, shall be subject to full justification in support of the proposal; and a certificate to the effect that no eligible candidates within the prescribed age limits are / were available. The certificate shall be provided by the concerned Departments. Age relaxation in respect of overage candidates shall be sought prior to their appointment. For the purposes of these rules, age of a candidate shall be calculated from the closing date of submission of applications for a particular post. The cases of age relaxations, beyond the competence of Administrative Departments, shall be sent to the Establishment Department through the Administrative Department concerned.October 2nd, 2019 | 0 Comments
INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY [2014-2018] — The Integrated Development Strategy (IDS) truly integrates government priorities under one framework. The earlier development strategies and assessments of government, such as the Comprehensive Development Strategy (CDS), the Economic Growth Strategy (EGS) and the Post-Conflict Needs Assessment (PCNA) have all been consolidated in the IDS. Any conflicts in these strategies have been addressed and the priorities of current government have been duly incorporated in the IDS. The IDS consolidates the common themes identified in earlier assessments to remove overlaps and contradictions and to reflect the rebalancing of the priorities by the current government. There is a clear shift in emphasis toward social services, justice and security, accountability, and the participation of communities. Growth is included as a gear through which to provide livelihoods and jobs for the poor. Social services are neither subservient to nor incorporated as a secondary channel to propel growth, but are instead prioritised as basic rights of citizens. Such departures and shifts are duly reflected in the framework of strategic objectives. Consolidation of common policies and priorities is done in a manner that means the IDS will replace previous strategies and serve as a single source for government to provide guidance to all stakeholders.September 23rd, 2019 | 0 Comments